Ginger Lemon Cayenne Sparkling Black Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Citrus, Ginger, Lemon, Pepper, Spicy
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Caffeine
Low
Certification
Vegan
Edit tea info Last updated by Mastress Alita
Average preparation
Iced

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Super herbs and teas blended with real fruit juice — plus a bubbly twist just to keep you on your toes. Give your body a boost and your tastebuds a tease.

Black tea from the high mountains of Yunnan, China, with a zesty kick from ginger juice and cayenne pepper to improve your digestion and make you feel refreshed as ever.

Ingredients: fresh brewed organic black tea (water, organic black tea leaf), organic lemon juice, organic apple juice concentrate, organic ginger juice, ginger extract, natural flavors, monk fruit extract, cayenne pepper

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Autumn Harvest! The second flavor from the TeaCrush stash I shipped back to myself from California. This one has a black tea base, and is mixed with lemon juice, apple juice concentrate, ginger juice and extract, monk fruit extract, and cayenne pepper. This is by far my least favorite flavor of the three iced teas TeaCrush makes, for only one reason… it’s a bit too spicy for my spice-wuss tastes. I really like lemon ginger teas, and this mostly does come off tasting like a strong lemon ginger iced tea… but the cayenne hits right at the end of the sip, and unlike the Turmeric Ginger Pear, where the turmeric and ginger just leave a little pleasant warmth on the throat and the tea is overall mostly sweet, this leaves a lingering heat on the back of my throat for far too long after the sip to really feel that refreshing to me. If the cayenne was missing, I’d really enjoy this one too, since I do like the flavor of the lemon and ginger before that spicy aftertaste hits.

I still have the Matcha Coconut Pineapple in my fridge, and then all my TeaCrush will be gone. Boo!

Flavors: Citrus, Ginger, Lemon, Pepper, Spicy

Preparation
Iced
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This is one does have an almost uncomfortable lingering spiciness and that’s coming from a spice lover. I enjoyed the sample and would buy some here and there but not often. I’ll have to track down Tea Crush products and try the other two varieties.

Mastress Alita

I love the other two flavors to the point I am uncomfortably woeful that I can’t get them anymore. :-(

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